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Assessing Latino Vote Growth: 2014 to 2018

Posted → Jun 25th, 2020

On June 5, 2018 California voters head to the polls to elect candidates in races for all eight statewide constitutional offices, Congress, and down the ballot. LPPI Policy Expert Dr. Matt A. Barreto and a team of policy fellows assess election returns in real-time to identify: 1) Latino Vote Choice in all eight statewide constitutional

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On June 5, 2018 California voters head to the polls to elect candidates in races for all eight statewide constitutional offices, Congress, and down the ballot. LPPI Policy Expert Dr. Matt A. Barreto and a team of policy fellows assess election returns in real-time to identify: 1) Latino Vote Choice in all eight statewide constitutional office races, the United States Senate race, and a sub-set of contested House of Representatives races, and 2) Latino Voter Turnout, with an emphasis on comparing participation in June 2018 to June 2014.

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